Theory suggests root efficiency, independence drove global spread of flora .
A new theory of plant evolution suggests that the 400 million-year drive of flora across the globe may not have been propelled by the above-ground traits we can see easily, but by underground adaptations that allowed plants to become more efficient and independent.
Wuthnow discusses 'The Left Behind: Decline and Rage in Rural America'
Eugenides elected to American Academy of Arts and Letters
Lesbian and bisexual girls at greater risk for school discipline
Seniors Parton, Pecsok named Pyne Prize winners
Geophysicists and atmospheric scientists partner to track typhoons’ seismic footprints
Murthy receives BRAIN grant to study social interactions
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